Holiday Bread Recipes from Traverse City
Simple Holiday Bread recipes perfect for a winter's night. Including a great focaccia made with Traverse City cherries!
Nov 19, 2008 Patty Lanoue Stearns
Cranberry Bread from Traverse City
Try these recipes for savory and sweet breads from Traverse City locals that are perfect for the holidays.
They’ll ﬁll your home with heavenly scents and make your family and friends feel loved.
These savory Moroccan rounds need to rise several times, but your kitchen time will be worth it. Serve them warm with dips or with cheese.
This is art director Diane Kolak’s family recipe—it bakes up like a rich, moist brownie. Perfect for brunch, dessert, or midnight snack!
Mouthwatering and festive, this recipe from my Cherry Home Companion cookbook is killer for breakfast
Make this ultra-moist bread from scratch or take the shortcut that my sister, Judy Perricone, loves. Every year she makes 12 loaves for her appreciative friends at work.
This is a found recipe to which we gave some local flavor with some extra-sharp Pinconning cheddar, and the puffs are perfect as appetizers. You’ll need parchment and a pastry bag with a half-inch plain tip (or a plastic storage bag with a hole cut in one corner).